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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) King Sigismund of Poland wearing armor with schynbalds, from a period engraving. Schynbalds were an early experiment in plate armour for the lower leg. Schynbalds were metal plates strapped over chausses. Each schynbald was a single piece of steel that covered the front and outside of the shin. Schynbalds did not enclose the lower leg: hence, they were not true greaves. Schynbalds first appeared during the late thirteenth century and remained in use during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Complete suits of armor survive only from the latter part of the schynbald era. In fifteenth century gothic armour they were strapped not to mail but to fastenings on a padded undergarment. By the early fifteenth century greaves had supplanted schynbalds in white armour. Schynbalds were essentially obsolete by the sixteenth century. v · d · e Components of medieval armour Head Armet · Barbute · Bascinet · Burgonet · Cervelliere · Close helm · Close helmet · Great helm · Frog mouth(helm) · Hounskull · Lobster tail pot · Mail coif · Morion · Nasal helmet · Sallet · Spangenhelm · Kettle hat Visor · Falling buffe · Nossel Neck Aventail · Bevor · Gorget  · Pixane Torso Brigandine · Cuirass · Culet · Plackart  · Fauld · Hauberk · Codpiece · Lance rest · Loin-guard Arms Ailette · Besagew · Couter · Gauntlet · Pauldron · Rerebrace · Spaulder · Vambrace Legs Chausses · Cuisses · Greave · Poleyn · Sabaton · Schynbald · Tasset Tonnlets · Bases (both used for tournament) Component pieces Gousset · Lamé · Rondel This medieval armour-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e